Table Sonotactile Interactive

The Interactive Sonotactile Table is a device invented for the Maison des Aveugles (“House of the Blinds”) in Lyon by french composer Pascale Criton in collaboration with Hugues Genevois from the Luthery-Acoustics-Music team of the Jean Le Rond d’Alembert Institute and Gérard Uzan, researcher in accessibility.


I coded the embedded Arduino boards as well as the Max patch for the gesture/sound interactive design. The Table Sonotactile Interactive is part of a larger project : La Carte Sonore by Anne Maregiano at the Villa Saint Raphaël : https://www.mda-lacartesonore.com.